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Ban all tribal groupings in Senior High Schools – NPP communicator

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Communication Member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Upper East Region, Edmund Awuni, has called for an end to tribal groupings among students at various Senior High Schools.

According to him, tribal groups founded by students at high schools ought to be dissolved in order to bring an end to the many incidents of students rioting.

Mr. Awuni’s call was in reaction to the temporal closure of the Bolgatanga Technical Institute (BOTECH) following students’ disturbances on campus.

The violence erupted on Monday February 15, 2021 after a heated argument between two final year students, which resulted in throwing of stones and destruction of school property.

It continued throughout the night to Tuesday dawn amidst firing of gunshots by the students until the police and the military were called in to control the situation.

Speaking on A1 Radio, the NPP communicator said many incidents of students disturbances could be traced to tribal groupings in schools and its associated rivalry tendencies.

Edmund Awuni, NPP Communicator

“Issues of these tribal groupings should not be entertained in secondary schools. There shouldn’t be any groupings of that sought,”

“GES {Ghana Education Service} should put in place strict measures to ban all tribal groupings in schools.” He stressed.

Mr. Awuni further touched on the need for effective guidance and counseling in high schools in order to tackle indiscipline among students.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Ghana

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